Utilising Tenable’s unified assessment and remediation, this new deal streamlines asset inventory and centralises IT and OT remediation workflows across converged industries.
What will the new Tenable integration mean to clients?
As the only vendor to natively bring both IT and operational technology (OT) vulnerability data together, Tenable’s latest integration with ServiceNow provides visibility and control over OT assets with the same tools and processes that were traditionally reserved for IT assets.
Using Tenable’s Predictive Prioritisation capabilities, customers can prioritise the IT and OT flaws that pose the greatest risk to their business and then remediate them within a streamlined workflow through ServiceNow’s Vulnerability Response (VR) module.
What are the executive thoughts on the new integration?
“As industrial networks become more complex with a mixture of IT and operational technology (OT), it is more critical than ever to know what assets and vulnerabilities are in your environment,” said Ray Komar, vice president of technical alliances, Tenable.
“The days of managing multiple spreadsheets across disparate teams are over. We’re excited to partner with ServiceNow providing our joint customers a unified view of the attack surface, and empowering security teams to remediate threats,” Komar further commented.
“Firms are rapidly embracing digital transformation in their industrial environments. Minimising blindspots and siloed processes is key to helping prevent damaging cyberattacks. By partnering with Tenable, we’re empowering our customers with more control over their expanding attack surfaces,” said Allen Hackman, head of manufacturing industry, ServiceNow.
The new integration is available at no cost to current Tenable.ot and ServiceNow customers. For more information about the integration, visit: Tenable.ot and ServiceNow solution brief and Tenable listing on ServiceNow marketplace